Delta’s Sky Access empty-leg membership is being discounted for the Thanksgiving holiday
If you have a flexible schedule, Delta Private Jets‘ Sky Access empty leg program is a deal you will want to consider.
The program is normally sold for $8,500, including a $2,500 initiation fee. However, through Dec. 2, 2019, Skyaccess is on sale for $5,000.
Through Dec. 31, the sale price is $6,000. In other words, you save $2,500.
The core benefit is to fly as many empty leg flights as you want for no additional cost.
What’s more, you get the entire plane, not just individual seats, so bring friends or make some new ones.
Interestingly there are often multiple empty leg options for a single repositioning flight.
Empty Leg options
Its Amplify technology offers multiple options. As an example, a White Plains, New York to Cincinnati empty leg offers members options to fly a dozen different segments, including White Plains to Akron, Morgantown to Cincinnati, and various other combinations.
Flights are typically posted six to 48 hours in advance, and you can register for free to view empty legs for the past 90 days. That way you can see the volume of empty legs for trips that interest you.
To help you get home, there is a 20% discount on Delta Air Lines, although it is restricted to higher fare categories.
Skyaccess members also get pay-as-you-go fixed rates for full aircraft charter with Delta Private Jets.
According to the Delta Private Jets website, there are currently:
- 16 light jets
- 29 midsize jets
- 11 super-midsize jets
- 9 large-cabin aircraft
You can register for free here.